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Winger Are Only a Backyard Away on “Better Days Comin'” Music Video

September 21, 2014
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In contrast to the previous high octane music videos which accompanied such previous singles as “Rat Race” and “Midnight Driver of a Love Machine,” Winger take a step back and transition into a comfortable party rock groove on the title track from ‘Better Days Comin’.’ Grooving bass lines and catchy vocal harmonies allow the song to fall into familiar Winger territory, despite the seemingly dramatic transition in stylistic frontiers.


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Great White, Slaughter and Winger Highlight Hair-A-Palooza Festival: Concert Review + Photo Gallery

July 19, 2014
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Thousands gathered in England Brothers Park in Pinellas Park, Florida, in a celebration of rock and metal for the first year of the Hair-A-Palooza music festival, hosted by Tampa Bay’s 98 Rock. This music fest was made for 80’s metal fans and Aqua Net connoisseurs alike, boasting a lineup of bands who were part of the glam metal era, but continue rocking stages across the world into the 21st century.


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Winger Head Towards a Throwback With “Tin Soldier” Music Video

April 19, 2014
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Proving that their better days are indeed ahead of them, Winger have executed a memorable transition into progressive rock territory with their new music video for “Tin Soldier.” The track will make an appearance on Winger’s forthcoming studio album ‘Better Days Comin’,’ and is centered around formidable chord progressions and a compelling lead vocal performance from frontman Kip Winger.


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The Best Rock Songs of 2014 (So Far)

April 14, 2014
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Rock and roll doesn’t care that we’ve only managed to make it a third of the way through the year, as we’ve already witnessed an impressive catalog of anthems find their way to the surface from decorated names from throughout the genre. Some artists have released new singles in a (successful) attempt to cultivate the anticipation of their audience, whereas others have already fashioned a noticeable impact with the liberation of a full-length studio album.


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